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The former colleagues of a police officer who died in a road accident in North Yorkshire pay their respects.
A wreath is to be laid at the national police memorial in memory of a North Yorkshire officer killed on duty at the weekend. Father of two, PC Andrew Bramma, died on Saturday after crashing into a tree as he answered a 999 call to another traffic accident.
A picture of Pc Andrew Bramma has been released by North Yorkshire Police. The constable was killed when his patrol van crashed into a tree at West Tanfield, near Ripon, on Saturday evening, as he responded to an emergency call to another road accident. Pc Bramma was married and had two young sons.
There have been many tributes to North Yorkshire Police constable Andrew Bramma who died when his patrol van crashed into a tree near Ripon, as he answered a 999 call to another traffic accident. Jon Hill reports.
North Yorkshire Police has opened an online book of condolence in memory of PC Andrew Bramma who died when his patrol van crashed near Ripon on Saturday as he responded to a 999 call about another road accident. You can see the book of condolence here. http://www.northyorkshire.police.uk/condolences
A North Yorkshire police officer killed in a road accident while answering an emergency call near Ripon has been named as Andrew Bramma.
The 32-year-old died when his police van collided with a tree in the village of West Tanfield last night. He was responding to another crash in the area. PC Bramma had transfered from Greater Manchester police to the force in North Yorkshire, only four months ago.
Following the death of a serving police officer in a road traffic collision in near Ripon last night, Julian Smith, Member of Parliament for Skipton and Ripon, said:
– Julian Smith MP
“The death of a North Yorkshire Police officer while responding to an emergency call is tragic news. My thoughts are with his family and colleagues at this difficult time.”
Flowers have been laid at the scene of the crash in North Yorkshire, which claimed the life of a police officer. More details here.
A police officer has died in a road accident while answering an emergency call near Ripon, North Yorkshire Police said today.
The officer was killed when his patrol vehicle collided with a tree in the village of West Tanfield, near Ripon, at 7pm, on Saturday.
He was the only person in the vehicle when it crashed and was pronounced dead at the scene. North Yorkshire Police said a full investigation will be carried out to determine the exact circumstances which led to the collision.
The road was closed for several hours on Saturday night to allow collision investigators to examine the scene, the Health and Safety Executive have also been informed. The officer's name has not yet been released.
– Tim Madgwick, Temporary Chief Constable, North Yorkshire Police
"This is terrible and tragic news and the thoughts of everyone at North Yorkshire Police are with the officer’s family at this sad and very difficult time. The officer's immediate family have been informed and are being supported by specially trained officers.
“Everyone is shocked and saddened by the news of his death and I speak for every member of the force in extending our heartfelt sympathies to his family, friends and colleagues.“